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Old 9th June 2010, 06:48 PM
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Unhappy Cannot unlock the session because the authentication system failed to work, fc13

Hi there,

I have just upgraded from fedora 12 to fedora 13, x86_64 system. I have both Gnome and KDE environments installed on my system.
Currently I am using the KDE environment and i am facing this issue when i try to unlock my screen

"Cannot unlock the session because the authentication system
failed to work; you must kill kscreenlocker manually"

Any idea why this might happen?

FC12 x86_64
Intel Quad Core , ATI Radeon 3000 Series
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